Posts Tagged ‘Atlanta Doctors’

Chiropractic Neurology for Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries affect more than 17,000 people in the U.S. every year About 78% of new cases happen to men. And while the causes do vary, the most common causes of spinal cord injuries are a result of automobile crashes, which account for over 38%, while falls are a close second at 31.5%. Among our…

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Scoliosis & Adults

Many people remember undergoing scoliosis screening in school. What was once done in nearly every school, scoliosis screenings now only occur in around 50% of schools. Although the usefulness of these programs is sometimes a matter of opinion, one thing that is certain is that early detection is imperative and will usually stop scoliosis from…

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National Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month

Traumatic brain injuries happen, and they happen often. In fact, more than a million people suffer from a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, every year. With so many TBI’s occurring each year, September has been designated as National Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month to identify how to prevent, recognize, treat and raise awareness around this…

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Understanding Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries are costly. Not only are they costly in terms of life expectancy – the life expectancy of someone who has experienced a spinal cord injury can be significantly reduced – but also costly in terms of treatment, employment, marital status and even level of education. One estimate puts the cost of expenses due…

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Chiropractic Neurology for Sleep Disorder Help

Everyone experiences problems sleeping from time to time. In fact, insomnia affects one of out every three people at some point in their lives. But, at what point does a bout of trouble sleeping turn into a sleep disorder? And if you do develop a sleep disorder, what are the best avenues for reversing the…

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Stroke and Recovery – Understanding the Vital Information

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 795,000 people suffer a stroke in the United States each year. Affecting nearly every group or demographic, strokes are not just something to think about as we age. Hospitalization rates for young stroke patients increased more than 40% in the last decade and the rates of…

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Meralgia Parasthetica, or Tingling Thighs…

What You Need to Know Everyone wants to look their best and ranking high on today’s list of popular fashion choices skinny jeans, shapewear, cinch belts and high heels can be seen everywhere you look. But are clothes and accessories affecting the way we feel in addition to the way we look? Each of the items…

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Exercise For a Healthy Brain

It has long been known that fitness is an essential part of wellness. Maintaining a regular exercise schedule can not only help you stay fit and trim, it can aid with sleep, help you age well, keep bones healthy, alleviate stress and much more. But did you know that in addition to the benefits to…

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Finding Relief for Cluster Headaches

Did you know that there are more than 300 types of headaches? While the most common, the tension headache, occurs in 75% of adults and is typically due to stress, muscle or joint pain or fatigue, less common types of headaches routinely send people to the doctor or cause loss of work and play. Cluster…

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Brain Foods – Is Chocolate Good for the Brain?

For many people, when the urge for something sweet comes along, chocolate is the go-to treat. In addition to being delicious, did you know that chocolate has many health benefits and consistently tops the lists of the best “brain foods”? Touted for improving memory, decision-making ability, mental response time and mood, brain foods can make…

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